Spring 2015 is one of the best seasons for Sea, New York-based label that definitely knows cool ways in connecting form and function. The collection which carries an easygoing holiday feel brings reinterpretation of classical pieces of clothing with brand’s signature vibe. Everything about this collection is proper; it’s wearable, casual but refined and the details are on the right place. Everyday clothing is what interests Sea, and also their costumers. Therefore, they left a special place in collection for denim items and made some classics (that great romper and pinafore dress), but also in the fashion-forward manner they played with embroidery (that great kimono coat). As the brand that usually does prints, this time they did a fantastic pattern job, especially with kaleidoscope prints that found the right place and balance in casual silhouette. In our spotlight is the printed silk kimono that paired with basic t-shirt and mom jeans is perfect ensemble for off-duty spring day in the city. And those printed long dresses with side slits could easily become uniforms of super cool New York downtown girls.
Sea’s polished downtown looks found a lot of admirers in Japan, which is the one of the biggest markets for the brand. Sea is an independent, costumer driven brand founded in 2007 by friends and flatmates Monica Paolini and Sean Monahan. Duo both lives and works in their studio at Canal Street. While Monica is all about vintage and bohemian, Sean prefers minimalism, so these aesthetics interlace in Sea creating very modern, yet special pieces of clothing.
see more looks from Sea Spring 2015 in the gallery below